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A dark day for capital motorbike taxi drivers

Another motodop got a bum deal from a client on Tuesday when a brief pause to spend a penny ended up costing him a whole lot more.

Midway into their journey, his customer asked to stop to take a leak.

Averting his gaze momentarily – no one likes to go when someone’s watching – the motodop was unable to see the client’s kung fu kick heading his way and was unable to stop him from stealing his vehicle either.

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